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  • Currently 4.65/5

Rating: 4.7/5 (23 votes cast)

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26 March 2009  

Things I liked: Crystal Clear. Excellent value ! Love the "Zero Locking/Resetting" feature. Clear picture at 5 yards or 50 - excellent quality - Buy It !!
Things I would have changed: Make the parallax adjustment ring a little easier to turn
What others should know: If shooting in extremely low light or dark conditions the illuminated reticle over powers everything, even when set to their lowest variable. Save yourself $10.00 and get the same scope without the illumination feature. But still a great buy even if I'll never use the lighted reticle.
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22 March 2009  

Things I liked: This fit my Benj Discovery perfectly with Air Force high rings. Very easy to adjust good click sound when adjusting the windage and elevation. VERY clear and bright. I like the lock down feature on adjustments knobs.
Things I would have changed: I don't like having to carry a wrench to make adjustments to windage. This is really a minor thing, but I would think about changing this. The eye relief seems a bit odd on this scope. It's great once setup correctly on the gun. This two things are very minor. I really love this scope.
What others should know: This scope is great for the benj discovery. I have tried many brands at all different price points and I like the look, fit and function of this one the best on this rifle.
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3 March 2009  

Things I liked: Great scope for the money, great quality. I have purchased 2 of these for both of the guns I have. I have pretty much mastered using the mil-dot on this to determine the distance of the object.
Things I would have changed: Nothing that I can think of, good product for the money and does what it claims to do (be a rifle scope).
What others should know: For other airgun hunters out there like me, I would recommend getting a good scope like this and learning how to use the mil-dot to measuer the distance so you can compensate for pellet drop over the distance. With this scope and a Benjamin Discovery .22 I have been able to hit Doves during dove season up to 50-70yards, at those distances I have to aim 1 to 3 dots above the target so the pellet drops in on it.
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14 February 2009  

Things I liked: Clear and easily adjusted. I think this would make a fine scope on some of my high power powder burners. The red and green illuminated crosshairs make putting the crosshair on tree rats very easy.
Things I would have changed: More eye relief....
What others should know: Easy to sight in. Click adjustments are crisp and repeatable. Make sure you lock down the turrets after you sight it in. Otherwise you will change setting without knowing....
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2 February 2009  

Things I liked: Man, where do I begin? Well, let's see; I like the variable brightness dual illumination feature, the lens caps are nice, the parallax adjustment is excellent, crystal clear optics, 3-9 magnificaton, 40 millimeter objective lens, the lockdown screws is good to have, the index numbers for parallax, turrets, and magnification are bright and easy to read, and turning the windage and elevation knobs give crispy feedback, and the illumination knob gives strong feedback.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: Take care not to bump your scope once it is sighted in. Getting this scope is a noble choice.
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